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PINK IN THE RINK NIGHT PRESENTED BY DAVIS GMC BUICK

The Medicine Hat Tigers are proud to once again host our annual Breast Cancer Awareness game in support of the Canadian Cancer Society. The Tigers and Davis GMC Buick will co-host the Pink In The Rink game night on Saturday, November 7th when the Tigers host the Seattle Thunderbirds.

 

Fans are encouraged to wear pink to show their support for all those who have been affected by this terrible disease. Prior to the game fans are invited to come out for a tailgate BBQ. You can grab a burger and a drink for $5 with all the proceeds going to the Canadian Cancer Society.

 

250 autographed pucks will also be available for sale in the lobby for $20. Each puck will have a single player’s autograph from the current roster in silver marker. The autographs will be hidden until the puck is purchased. There will also be 50 special pucks signed in gold which will have a  prize attached to them. All the money raised will go directly to the Canadian Cancer Society to help them in their search for a cure.

 

This year’s prizing includes:

  • Marek Langhamer Game Used Blocker and Catcher
  • Five Team Signed Sticks
  • One Alumni Signed Stick
  • Game Worn Helmets signed by Dryden Hunt, Kyle Becker, Markus Eisenschmid and Kyle Burroughs
  • Cole Sanford Signed Game Used Gloves
  • Murray Craven Tigers Jersey
  • Team Signed Pink Tigers Jersey
  • Tigers Merchandise
  • And much more….

 

The Canadian Cancer Society will also be on hand to run a stick raffle for three very rare alumni signed sticks from Tyler Ennis, Emerson Etem and Stefan Meyer.

 

Don’t miss out on a great opportunity to win a piece of Tigers history while helping out a great cause.

 

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